FACT I

Standard Oil was dismantled by the Supreme Court in 1911. Here's how powerful Standard Oil would be today if that didn't happen, by way of looking at what the original company became over time after being broken into 34 pieces:
The EU, Japan, Canada, and Australia also went through their own anti-trust period with oil.
Now think of all the oil-rich countries where anti-trust never happened. Where did all that power singularly coalesce? They're all dictatorships no?

FACT II

The price of diamonds is collapsing. This once shimmering compressed carbon rock was thought of as a reliable store of value. The problem isn't just that yours truly (bitcoin) is here, but artificial diamonds look as good to the naked eye and even better under a microscope (they lack natural impurities). They cost one-third the price, come with none of the bloody fiat social issues, and marriage rates are falling.
Let's repeat that widely cited rule: You should spend three months' salary on an engagement ring. Damn that's so faux pas here in California. Women will proudly megawatt a smile and tell you their ring is artificial and conflict free, literally beaming with moral fortitude. Technically it's a "real" diamond and what would've traditionally gone towards a conflict rock can go into a down payment on a home or yours truly. Same thing will happen when space gold fucks the supply of earth gold?

FACT III

You thought temples in Ancient Rome were for worshiping gods? For the plebeians sure, but for the people with money they were vaults. It's where money and valuables were stored in the city, and they offered banking services to the Senator, Equestrian, and Patrician classes. It was in the nobility's interest to make certain these temples were always considered sacred and inviolable places, with their own special punishments for anyone questioning things.
It's no wonder they served christians to beasts in the Coliseum? You can't have people running around thinking Ceres won't punish your family or fertility. I could swear to god (no pun) the temple above looks curiously similar to the US Treasury and Fed bank buildings.
I like the Temple fact. It goes way further back than Rome. Jesus threw out the money changers from the temple. Because they changed sound money for currency, for promissory notes. This way they indebted everyone. Fact 4 - In hebrew sin and debt are the same word. Jesus Christ liberated everyone from debts.
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Marcus in Servant King on Bitchute says "you lost what was yours, because you took what was not yours." debt is theft and theft is sin.
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Fact 4 - In hebrew sin and debt are the same word.
Oh, I sooo wished this to be true, but it's not.
Debt is 'gove' ( חוב ) sin is 'get' ( חט ) Source: Native Hebrew speaker. (Not me, btw.)
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I stand corrected, it's in Aramaic - khoba Thank you
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If I recall correctly, the origin for the word credit is from the latin "credo", which translates to "I believe". From this I'd extrapolate that the latin origin for debt should also be the same for "doubt". I didn't know that in hebrew it meant sin. :)
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lol bitcoiners are crazy. suddenly Jesus actions make even more sense. i like #4
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Good one! I totally forgot about that!
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And reference Fact 2 the world diamond trade is dominated by one company: De Beers. The company is linked to stockpiling to inflate the price and coining the term ‘diamonds are forever’ in addition to the whole Hollywood ‘engagement ring should be a diamond nonsense’…. And that’s besides all the slavery and blood / conflict diamonds allegations…
So fake chemical diamonds still maintain a demand for the real thing by still keeping them in the public consciousness.
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Oil used equipments will be replace by solar powered ones Diamonds is replaced by artificial ones Temple which is Treasury, Central Bank will be replace by Bitcoin
You see have VALUE is moving
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We say no to Temples as we find value in something with a limited supply that can boost any economy and is guided by the laws of supply and demand
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Cool. Do you have the source for the third fact? The one about the temples being vaults?
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This is perhaps the most condensed and easiest summary: Source
Also, @Lux chimed in above and reminded us that:
Jesus threw out the money changers from the temple. Because they changed sound money for currency, for promissory notes. This way they indebted everyone. Fact 4 - In hebrew sin and debt are the same word. Jesus Christ liberated everyone from debts.
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Thanks! I've learned something new today. Now I wonder if the Greeks did the same with their temples...
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Excellent facts!
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Fact lll is so true, and in my opinion, it actually embraces fact 4 discussed in the comments.. Ordo Seclorum, it has always been like that. Temples, pyramids, churches, empires (gov) full of gold and power. "Sacred" laws and punishment to the "sinners" to manipulate the peasants and keep them living in poverty, under fear and away from the wealth and truth.
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The analogy here is strong and it bears truth in every sentence
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good facts
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Note: Technically the architecture prevalent in 19th century Americana (gov't buildings, plantation estates, etc) was called neo-greco architecture, but the founders were equally influenced by Rome as they were the Greeks. Many Romans were quoted by the founders. I think Jefferson literally said Cicero was a major influence on the Declaration.
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